The City of Lebanon will present its annual Independence Day fireworks display at Coleman Memorial Park, starting at about 9 p.m. Monday, July 4.
Two recent ELCO/LCCTC grads are headed to Atlanta this week to compete against the country’s best young culinarians.
LebTown attended the backyard dedication ceremony where Rabecca Ngugi officially received the keys for the Cumberland street row home she helped restore from fire damage through more than 255 hours working with Habitat for Humanity volunteers.
The first part of Lebanon School District’s plan to address overcrowding could move from the drawing board to groundbreaking this fall if the City of Lebanon Planning Commission signs off at its June 13 meeting.
As required by state law, Lebanon County election officials have completed a recount of votes cast for U.S. Senate in the May 17 Republican primary election, and the preliminary election night totals, but not the order of finish, have changed slightly.
Kimberly Maurer, the Annville woman convicted of first-degree murder in the starvation and beating death of her 12-year-old stepson, Max Schollenberger, was sentenced on June 1 to life plus 10 years in prison.
At Monday’s first monthly meeting in the new downtown City Hall, Lebanon City Council unanimously approved a three-year collective bargaining agreement with the union representing city police officers.
Lebanon’s city government is back in downtown after a nearly six decade absence.
The Pennsylvania Auditor General says Lebanon County’s Bethel Township has an $879,361 police pension fund, even though it hasn’t had a police force since 2003.
In a series of recently released emails from December 2020 between state Rep. Russ Diamond and Trump lawyer John Eastman, the two discuss a plan to throw out at least 80,000 mail-in ballots.
City government on brink of returning downtown after six decades at 400 S. 8th St.
North Cornwall Township supervisors learned what a new, larger headquarters building might cost when bids for the project were revealed at their April 19 meeting.
The mural is not going away.
A 2020 ordinance and a cease and desist order issued by the City of Lebanon have cast a shadow over an outdoor mural project on South 8th Street, across from the Lebanon Farmers Market.
Hershey’s Giant Center was the scene on Friday of a celebration of the life of the late Lebanon police Lt. William D. Lebo, who was shot and killed in the line of duty on March 31 while responding to a residential break-in.